Anne Frank's step-sister will be on this week's Late Late Show

This week’s Late Late Show is set to be emotional, as Anne Frank’s step-sister and holocaust survivor Eva Schloss is joining Ryan in studio.

Anne Frank's step-sister will be on this week's Late Late Show

Having survived the grueling Auschwitz concentration camp, Eva will be opening up about she and her mother survived.

Eva will also be revealing how she was separated from her brother and father during the war, along with how she has managed to cope with the experience to help her move on from it.

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Also on the show is Irish music legend Christy Moore, who will join Ryan for a chat about his music career over the last 40 years and perform a number of his hits.

David and Stephen Flynn from the Happy Pear will also be sitting down with the Booterstown native to talk about their vegan lifestyle and how Irish attitude is changing towards healthy eating.

While former international rugby star Alan Quinlan and comic PJ Gallagher will appear on the show with new music from The Commitments star Bronagh Gallagher.

The Late Late Show is on Friday night on RTE1 at 9.35pm.

Via: Goss.ie

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